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You are the best my Friend!!! I actually found there was a small piece of paper in my dvd drive that was causing the error. So.....Here's what I did and problem solved: Place the DVD/CD into the slot drive to the point where the resistance is felt. Thanks for the great solution!

So am I and so do I. Mac 24/7 technical customer helpline number +1844-809-1494. It worked like a champ. I called Geeksquad, cause I have a 4 year warranty, and they wanted me to bring it in.

Macbook Pro Cd Drive Not Accepting Cds

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DVD would not play using El Capitan, CDs were ok. Upon inserting the DVD halfway, it felt as if something was blocking the disc from going in. I was afraid to damage the drive! Macbook Pro Cd Drive Won't Accept Cd Worked like a charm on my dirty old MacBook Pro!

CultofMactv 222,242 views 2:59 Copy DVD or CD on Mac Using Disk Utility for free - Duration: 6:07. Apple Computers Troubleshooting The Slot-loading Superdrive Good luck Reagrds AnthonyClick to expand... U rock July 12, 2015 at 6:18 AM Anonymous said... Just a gentle tapping to slowly force the cd in worked.

by R. Macbook Pro Won't Accept Disc December 18, 2015 at 12:13 AM Anonymous said... my mac just refused to read any of the disks!So, I tried to check some of other DVDs... I called Geeksquad, cause I have a 4 year warranty, and they wanted me to bring it in.

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The suggestion regarding System Profiler is the fist step you should follow. I used the card key of my hotel room wrapped in a little cloth sun glasses bag, cleaned it as you said, and it works again! Macbook Pro Cd Drive Not Accepting Cds Working... Macbook Pro Cd Drive Not Reading Permalink 3.3k 5.1k 475 jussumen over 7 years ago This post is hidden because you reported it for abuse.

When I put a disc in it just spins around, doesn't sound like it should though and I can hear a clicking sound for a short time. useful reference That was the perfect solution. I have the same problem with that drive. Macbook Pro...will that disc even work? (I once tried to install Leopard from my mom's disc but it was blocked because it was for a Macbook) Is it possible that a Imac Dvd Player Not Working

August 1, 2012 at 4:25 PM Elena said... December 14, 2015 at 3:47 PM Colin said... Tried restart, sleep, etc. my review here Thanks!

And if all is reported as being well and the optical drive is recognised as being there, then it may be that it needs to be replaced. Imac Cd Drive Not Reading Mac will restart Zapping the PRam Restart (or start up)> hold down Apple key-option-P-R Keep these keys held down until you hear the start-up chime three times and then release, and This is, basically: In Disk Utility, select the computer's hard drive in the list.

At some point you will scratch a disc beyond usefulness as well as damage the optical drive permanently.

This is so awesome. Good luck! Thanks! Macbook Pro Cd Drive Not Grabbing Cd Shame I'm bound by some confidentiality agreements, because they are some really good stories.Anyway, I digress.

April 11, 2011 at 11:23 PM Greg said... Please try again later. Show this post Mine is selective as to what DVD's or CD's it will read. I bought it as a spare as I went traveling, and I've just recently used it as a replacement, as my original one has died.

Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Contact Apple Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... November 24, 2010 at 8:06 AM Anar Manafov said... ;) Thanks for the comment! February 18, 2012 at 9:05 PM Anonymous said... Thanks kindly for the post/info Anar.

April 25, 2011 at 2:38 PM Anonymous said... I've tried resetting PRam. Worked a treat. You will need a third party DVD/Blu-Ray player to enjoy movies on your Mac.

I looked in internet and found a verrrrryyyy long thread on Apple Discussion forum with the similar issue, and all kinds of suggestions how to fix.I, personally, think, that there you all better. Thank you. I've tried "Running fsck in single user mode".

i took a can of liquid air, aimed into the left side of the dvd rom and sprayyyyyed for a few seconds. Heres where I encountered the problem.